New Balance BodyTRNr Sports Monitor Watch
Set a Goal and Track Your Journey
Whether you want to lose weight or just increase your activity level, this watch can help you reach your fitness goals. With a step counter and distance tracker, it will keep you abreast of how much you’ve moved each day, while an advanced algorithm uses your BMR, heart rate, and other elements to estimate how many calories those activities have burned.
Transfer Data Wirelessly
Check your progress on your iPhone, no wires required. The watch can transmit your workout data via Bluetooth directly to your mobile device, where you can use the iOS-only New Balance SmartTRNr app to check the day’s, week’s, or even month’s progress.
- Activity monitor and sports watch
- 12-hour or 24-hour time format
- 30-day workout memory
- 24-hour calorie-burn algorithm
- Calorie monitor automatically resets at midnight
- Digital 3Axis motion sensor
- Estimated calories burned
- IPX3 water resistant
- LED backlight
- Step counter
- Total distance
- Transmits workout data from watch to New Balance SmartTRNr app via Bluetooth (iOS only)
- Strap length: 9”
- Condition: new
About New Balance
In 1906, William J. Riley studied the strong talons of a chicken’s foot and wondered whether its metatarsal bones’ structure suggested a solution for human foot pain. His first product, an arch support, sold for a hefty $3.50, the equivalent of about $88 today. The popular product inspired New Balance’s designers to create not just an insert but an entire shoe tailored specifically for runners. The Boston Braves demanded an entire fleet of the custom New Balance sneakers in 1941, and the company remains devoted to sports apparel today. Dedicated walking, cross-training, and trampoline-jumping pairs join the classic running shoes on shelves. Oversized N logos, exposed stitching, and contrasting colors stay true to the company’s classic aesthetic; many are still made in the United States.